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Village of Manteno
Small Town Goes High Tech to Address Big City Crime
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Eric Moe
Director of Sales, North America
august 25, 2018
Located 50 miles south of Chicago in Kankakee County and easily accessible via Interstate 57, the Village of Manteno is truly a middle-America small town with big city benefits. With a community of about 12,000, Manteno’s proximity to Chicago and other major cities is both positive and negative. Frequently, when a crime is committed or someone is wanted by the authorities, the first thing the criminal does is hit the highway and head out of town. If they head south from Chicago, that leads them straight to the Village of Manteno.
With Manteno's proximity to Chicago and other major cities, when a crime is committed or someone is wanted by the authorities, suspects frequently hit the highway — leading them straight to the Village of Manteno.
The police in Manteno are often notified to be on the lookout for cars and suspects that may be coming through town. Our police and city managers decided to install cameras along a section of the highway to see if we could capture more information and perhaps identify vehicles.
Todd Creek, Owner and CEO of Dura-Tech, a network systems integrator based in Manteno
The video surveillance installation was initiated for forensic purposes as a way to monitor cars that come in and out of town. Officers can monitor the video feeds in real time, if needed, or review recorded video. They can also watch and review video from their smartphones with the Milestone Mobile application.

Video can be monitored or reviewed at the station, as well as on any department computer. And if officers are out on patrol, they can pull up cameras and video feeds from their phones. Often when officers are in the station doing paperwork, they also monitor the cameras to see what's happening on the highway. After the initial system was in place, officers realized they could see license plates clearly, then moved forward with a license plate recognition (LPR) video analytic module.

"With the Milestone license plate recognition solution, we have a searchable database of video, so if an incident occurs, we can catch enough data to help police locate or narrow down suspects," said Creek. "Even partial plate information greatly improves accuracy and speeds up the process when every minute is critical."

With the added video capabilities, Manteno authorities can alert agencies north or south of town to be on the lookout for specific vehicles with good description details. Not only is the system used as an investigative tool, but it also has become a proactive means to monitor activity and to identify with certainty which direction a vehicle takes when leaving town.